Made in DNA
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Made in DNA is a fiction-grinding American immigrant barreling along ever-forking alternate reality tangents of an abandoned Japanese utopia. His work is unadulterated, unapologetic and self-indulgent fare reminiscent of Heavy Metal magazine, Penthouse Comix, Epic Illustrated and 2000AD. For entertainment purposes only.
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Contains four total works: BUKKAKE BRAWL (the main title story @ 36,000 words), MEDIA WHORES, SAMMIE VERSUS THE TENTACLE RAPE and DOMEKI.
All four works were originally featured on Twitter between 2006 and 2009 as stand-alone 'novels'. They are gathered together in this one volume for a total of 43,000 words.
Sexually-charged, hyper-violent and unapologetic, this is a post-cyberpunk novel for the digital generation.
Written in microfiction format, Screaming Metal is an action adventure featuring sentient AI mecha of a mysterious alien origin, inspired by works like Makoto Kobayashi's Dragon's Heaven and Fred Saberhagen's Berserker series.
Soon allied with old friends, Rodzilla discovers he must defeat an upstart ape, King Dong, the Emperor of Zipang Island, before his nights of throttling fowl is over. And as if that weren't enough tryst trouble for the atomic mouth-breather, the discovery of an impending invasion of aliens from another star system forces him to team up with an agent of the Commonwealth Union Military.
An adult parody of all your favorite kaiju monster movies, RODZILLA RESPURGENCE is 24,000+ words (approx 55 MS Word pages) of fist fights and fornication between monsters, aliens and humans. Includes, but it not limited to futanari fun, MF, MM, FF.
Satire, parody, good fun.
"Wow, what a f**ked up story! This is some sick s**t!" -- Jimmy Pudge, bizzaro author of The Dick, Franken Bitch, Game of Hoes, and many other titles
"The Vet" has been translated from the original Japanese erotic short story "Doubutsu Byouin" by Yuko Hibiki. This official translation is the first time it has seen print in the English language.
In "Jizzemboweler", a clever murderer who disembowels his victims from the inside-out, stalks the neon red-light ladies in the Floating World.
In "Heavenly Kiss, Earthly Treasure", a couple traveling in the New Orient are at a traditional Japanese hotel where they are invited to taste the 'kiss' of a mysterious woman.
In "Back Orifice 2300", a freelance 'facker' uses his social skills to get himself into the skyrise apartment of a hacking target, only to discover the sentient android computer interface is ready to fight back against his advances. (Features both straight and yaoi versions of the story, in complete.)
In "Blowad Bow Shock", a casual sexual tryst on the dying shell fragment that was once Earth turns into a battle for domination between two transhumans.
In "Slug Orgy", a young college student has a bizarre encounter with warring gods who desire her earthly flesh.
In "Jurassic Jiu-jitsu Love Samba", an adventurer from several hundred years in the future, travels back in time several hundred million years to sate her desire to dominate an apex predator in more than just hand-to-hand combat.
Issue 69001 is the premiere issue, and features the following short stories:
"Sexualeyes" by MT Starkey is a brutal look at the future of product testing in a dystopian, cutthroat society. Very post-cyberpunk.
"Cyborgasm Stompfuck" by E. A. Black delves into the dark side of BDSM and gynoid love-hate relationships in the near future.
"Jizzemboweler" by Made in DNA is the epitome of sexpunk flash fiction; a murderous serial killer on the loose in the Floating World meets his match in a tongue-in-cheek romp.
"The Companion", by D.L. Warner, is a yaoi story of Micha, a convict sent to an off-world colony to be housekeeper and 'wife' to his new Owner, a big man named Marcus.
"Little Death" by James 'Grim' Desborough tells the story of an assassin who is quite literally in love with his gun.
"Night of the Mother" by Rick Moore will gouge your brain out with its gore-laced story of extra dimensional demons out for sweet human girls. Tres Toshio Maeda.
"Espionage Dolls" by Glynn Barrass joins his Cosplay Twins characters on an adventure to steal an alien lifeform from undead cosmonauts.
"The Wasters" by John Trevillian is a part of his acclaimed A-Men series of novels and short stories. In the future where the Earth is little more than a wasteland, everyone wants to get to Heaven, including Jack, the Nowhereman. And he'll do anything and anyone to get there.
Sexy gynoids, alien lifeforms, sex-starved twins, a sniper in love with his weapon, a demon invasion from another dimension... all this and more.
Hardcore sexual themes and situations. Adults only.
An original dystopian Cyberthulhu (cyberpunk Cthulhu) short.
"Gripping fantastical cyber noir. Fast-paced and smart, greased lightning poetry, it reminded me a bit of my father at times. Damn, one hell of a vivid writer!" --Trent Zelazny, author of Fractal Despondency.
"For a short story to blend cyberpunk, crime thriller, the Cthulhu Mythos, and Buddhism, set it all in futuristic Japan, and stage the climactic scene in a mystical virtual reality, is just plain ballsy. To pull it off is just plain brilliant. Made in DNA has a new fan." -- Jeffrey Thomas, author of Monstrocity.
THE WAR MACHINE - a lone AI tank wanders from village to village on a far-flung colony world, seeking out the enemy.
IN TRAINING - the future of Earth's military might against an enemy known for its psychological attacks, is in the hands of mere babes.
CONFORMITY BULLET - there are those who seek to lift themselves from the oppression of a hardline government, and there are those who wear more than one mask.
SNIPER - an elite sniper must find his way into a virtual database to take out the ultimate target.
As of 2011, Media Whores has been integrated into the BUKKAKE BRAWL novel. Please make purchase of that title instead and get four total Twitter novels for the price of two. The Media Whores ebook data is being retained here for the reviews.
Sincerest apologies for any confusion.